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Why is and X appearing in Image (Gif) under IE?
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fc_hnat earned 50 total points
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The image that ie is looking for is not there.  
e-mail me if you need more details.
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that is fc_hnat@yahoo.com
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by:bigelos
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fc_hnat,

I suggest you read the EE rules and guidelines.  Please keep the discussion inside this forum, according to the guidelines.  The reason being that these questions get put into a database that other people browse for answers.  If the answer is in a private email, they will never get what they paid for.

P.S. I'm not attacking your answer, which in the strictest sense is correct.
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by:vshanks
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thank you

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